Friday, November 18, 2011

true home and connectedness

We don't all live at home. Don't even get to see it very often. But it can be inspiring when we get a glimpse.
It was at a small gift shop near here that I purchased this a couple of years ago. I specifically selected this one because when I was a child I often found four-leaf clovers. At the time of purchase I neglected to find out who made it but upon revisiting earlier this year, learned it was Stephanie Lee.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011


 A little goes a long way. Perhaps it's time to return to making these.

Friday, March 11, 2011


"The hardest part of artmaking is living you life in such a way that your work gets done, over and over - and that means, among other things, finding a host of practices that are just plain useful. A piece of art is the surface expression of a life lived within productive patterns. Over time, the life of a productive artist becomes filled with useful conventions and practical methods, so that a string of finished pieces continues to appear at the surface." pg. 61-62, Art and Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

springtime in paris

It may be cold outside but at the Philadelphia Flower Show it's Springtime in Paris!